A warm summer evening for Swingin' Summer Eve in Shoreline

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Handful of Luvin' plays in the new gazebo. Photo by Jerry Pickard.

On Wednesday, July 20, 2011, the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council and the City of Shoreline presented a concert and street fair at the newly rebuilt Cromwell Park on Meridian Ave N in Shoreline.

Dads and kids played with the game equipment. Photo by Jerry Pickard.

The event was well attended by an estimated 2000 people through the course of the evening.

Council of Neighborhoods had 1300 books for sale.  Photo by Jerry Pickard.

While several hundred listened to the band, many more were enjoying the Council of Neighborhoods book sale.  
In the winter, the slope directs water to the catchment basin.  In the summer, it's an amphitheatre.  Photo by Jerry Pickard.

Many took the books they bought and started reading while listening to the concert from Handful of Luvin'.

There were three different bouncy toys for the kids.  Photo by Jerry Pickard.

Children lined up for the Bounce House, two Giant Slides, Inflatable Maze, while others played on the new parks playground on site.

CERT Team members cooked hot dogs for sale.  Photo by Jerry Pickard.

Seems like everyone had a cone of cotton candy. The CERT team was busy cooking and selling hot dogs to long lines of people. At one point they had to go out for more supplies, but were quickly back in business.

The bike rack overflowed.  Photo by Jerry Pickard.

The evening was sunny and warm which helped the attendance of the event as many people walked and biked from the immediate neighborhood. 

A good time was had by all!




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